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In word how would I get to the end of the document, like if this was the document how could I set the cursur to the last line.
and if the last line wasn't blank it would go to the next line like I would hit enter if you dont know what I mean let me know.
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Question by:viperman95833
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by:Sethi
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By pressing Ctrl and End keys on the keyboard ;-)
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by:viperman95833
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Funny I mean in VB
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by:vbwizardxxx
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In word you press Ctrl and End on the keyboard to get to the last line. You can do this programatically in vb by using sendkeys to send Ctrl (^) and End({END}).

SendKeys "^{END}"

Reply if you have any problems :)
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by:fantasy1001
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Try this

    Dim WordApp As New Word.Application
    Dim WordDoc As Word.Document
    Set WordDoc = WordApp.Documents.Open("c:\my.doc")
    WordApp.Selection.EndKey unit:=wdStory

Regard,
~ fantasy ~
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by:viperman95833
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I was going to put this into my code for my macro so that at the end of the document the macro would write the options you chose
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to put in macro

Selection.EndKey unit:=wdStory
'write here whatever you want

Thanks,
~ fantasy ~
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